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B14 Class Survey

by Mike Bees 17 Jun 2022 11:24 BST
B14 TT Round 3 at the 2022 Weymouth Skiff Open © Tim Olin / www.olinphoto.co.uk

The European B14 Committee would like to get feedback on how we could organise events that work better for all UK B14 sailors. To this end, we have created a survey and it would be great if as many of you B14 sailors as possible, both current and prospective, can fill this out in the next couple of weeks (before 1st July preferably).

The survey is here and is anonymous: forms.gle/S9mMRgTN6gfcyzy47

We will aim to share any findings and changes we can make as a result (or further feedback to follow up on), and hope that this will enable more teams to be able to come to events and make them as fun and successful as possible.

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